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Monday 1 September, 2014 London based outsourced sales and event marketing firm,

Monday 1 September, 2014 Type-2 diabetes, also known as non-insulin dependent diabetes is the most common form of diabetes that affects almost 60% of the world’s total population. While all the diabetics are not necessarily overweight, obesity and lack of regular exercises are the most common factors attributing to this condition. September

Friday 29 August, 2014 The media has reported the number of people willing to take the risk and branch out on their own in business is rapidly increasing.

Friday 29 August, 2014 Julie Hesmondhalgh, who played Hayley Cropper in Coronation Street for 16 years, will be attending an important debate in Parliament on 8 th September, calling for more funding and awareness of pancreatic cancer. This important step for raising the profile of the disease was reached following a successful e-petition that attracted 106,399 signatures. Earlier this year, millions of viewers watched the character Hayley deal with a diagnosis of pancreatic cancer. As a result of playing this part, Julie became aware of the shocking survival statistics for the disease, which at just three per cent has the lowest rate of all 21 common cancers. Julie wanted to actively campaign for greater research funding and raise awareness of the disease. This included supporting the e-petition, started by Maggie Watts in Scunthorpe, and using her high profile to gain much needed signatures. Julie said, “My big hope at the beginning of the pancreatic cancer storyline was to help t

Friday 29 August, 2014 Dads – They Just Love to Be the Good Guy! We all know the typical fatherly line, “I’d say yes, but best go ask your Mum” only too well, with Dads seemingly always wanting to play the good cop in any good cop/bad cop scenario. Well, now we actually have the evidence! According to a recent online survey commissioned by

Thursday 28 August, 2014 Cyril Williams , Managing Director of

Thursday 28 August, 2014 As unemployment in the capital shrinks to the lowest rate in years,

Thursday 28 August, 2014 According to results published from a major international study by MasterCard, London is forecast to receive a Globally dominant 18.7 million visits this year, which equates to an 8 per cent surge in tourism in 2014. The findings indicate that London has maintained and even built on its post Olympic allure, but what does this mean for the capital’s venues and how do they manage to be heard above the noise? Firstly in so many cases it’s not about the aesthetics or even the location. It’s about the visitor experience. Creating it, branding it and selling it. It’s no secret that the branding and marketing of an experience is a complex art. Dubbed as “marketing the invisible”, a customer cannot touch or feel a service like they can a product, and the service experience itself can vary depending on a myriad of factors, including staff competence, weather and even the mood of the customer. Services also cannot be ‘stored’ other than as memories, so i

Tuesday 26 August, 2014 Yes it’s true. Great Britain has overtaken the United States in the “race” to move to Italy. Recent studies released through Gate-Away.com, the real estate portal that is dedicated to an international clientèle seeking property in Italy, indicate that, in the first half of 2014, the number of Britons who are seriously thinking about a move to Italy has surpassed even that of the perennial front-runners, the Americans . British interest in Italy as a permanent destination has risen dramatically. First-half numbers for 2014 show an 11% increase over the same period in 2013, a year that saw serious inquiries jump by 31% over the previous year, 2012. Gate-Away.com found that of the 150 countries reached by the portal, at the moment requests by Brits made up 14.5% of all inquiries for italian properties. They are closely followed by Americans with 13.3%, France (10.6%), Germany (8.5%) and Belgium (6.6%). Why are the Brits so enamored of the idea of living in It

Tuesday 19 August, 2014 Over 200 vehicles spanning over 70 years will go under the hammer this weekend as Anglia Car Auctions holds its biggest classic car sale to date on Saturday 23 rd August. The jam-packed catalogue features cars from all over the world that suit all motoring tastes and buyer’s budgets with 34 classics offered without a reserve. The oldest car on sale is a 1934 Austin 10/4 Colwyn Drophead Coupe that is in need of restoration despite having a new exhaust system fitted recently. Sold as a non-starter, this car is estimated to sell for between £4,640 and £5,350. The youngest ‘classic’ on sale is a 2003 Mercedes SLK230 Komp Automatic. With four owners, with the last two being from the same family, this car is being sold with a full MoT, and is estimated to sell for £4,750 to £5,750. The car expected to bring the biggest sale of the day is a 1937 SS Jaguar 2.5 litre saloon which was delivered new to Australia where is was first registered and kept by four own